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Roy Clark talks about his exhibit at the American Banjo Museum, Thursday, April 6, 2017.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Roy Clark reflects on his career while opening his new American Banjo Museum exhibit

Roy Clark reflects on his career while opening his new American Banjo Museum exhibit

Country music icon Roy Clark welcomes his American Banjo Museum exhibit with a concert and an interview.

Cyndi Lauper Sofa photo credit Chapman Baehler

Cyndi Lauper’s Detour tour stops Sept. 13 at Civic Center Music Hall

Lauper takes a short break from pop music to take on a collection of country covers on her latest studio album.

Carter Sampson — Mockingbird Sing

The album’s 12 tunes brim with crystal-clear, country guitars celebrating all the joys of rural life — and not necessarily just the whiskey-related ones. It’s a dusty gem of an Okie-born album (Sampson’s now based in Fayetteville, Ark.), spiked with the occasional blast of organ and glimmering pedal steel from Chris Moore. Wanda Jackson and

Adele — 21

One needs go no further than opener (and single) “Rolling in the Deep” to hear the power and earnestness in her voice. A single look at press photo will show a thankfully (let me repeat, thankfully!) real-sized woman with a witheringly intense gaze. One performance is all it take to be wowed by her stage

Crown heights

Oklahoma City’s Wanda Jackson carries a storied past, but she’s not dwelling on it. She’s a legend, an icon, a slice of rock ’n’ roll history, and while those things are well and good, all she’s ever really wanted is a crowd to hear her sing. Nearly two years ago, she was inducted into the

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